If there was an ambassador for crop tops, it would most likely be Hadid. (Although Emily Ratajkowski is also a fellow contender.) Just last week, Hadid constructed a full swing set, complete with a power drill, while wearing a cheeky crop top. A week before that, the 2019 first Christmas with my hot new fiance shirt and by the same token and model was spotted heading out to play tennis in a cut-off white polo. I’d like to think that a crop top label is in the future for Hadid. She does have her collaboration with Chrome Hearts, so that dream isn’t so far off.
2019 first Christmas with my hot new fiance shirt, hoodie, tank top, sweater and long sleeve t-shirt
The horrors of the 2019 first Christmas with my hot new fiance shirt and by the same token and COVID-19 pandemic have given rise to a wave of truly superb writing, from Sabrina Orah Mark’s lyrical, despondent Paris Review column “Fuck the Bread. The Bread Is Over” to The New Republic’s recent examination of the fleeting stability granted to many laid-off Americans by unemployment insurance benefits. Now, novelist and essayist Zadie Smith is bringing the anxiety of quarantine firmly into the literary fold with Intimations, a series of six essays detailing the daily experience of living through a global plague.